All of us take color for granted. Here, learn about color and how to orchestrate its effective use in your presentations. * indicates essentials.
Ever tried using a color picker on a high resolution monitor? It's impossible. That's why this color picker has a magnifier attached. Grab palettes of up to 16 colors at once and use four advanced color mixers to select a spectrum of possibilities.
is an easy-to-use, fast and tiny utility designed especially to fit the needs of Webmasters and Designers. Its a colour picker that includes a mouse tracker. Run it, simply point to a colour and it will tell you the hex, RGB, HTML, CMYK and HSV values of that colour. You can then use these values to reproduce the selected colour in your favorite programs. Pixie will also show the current x y position of your mouse pointer. Its the only tool you'll need for working with colours.
Color Wheel Pro is a software tool that helps you create harmonious color schemes based on color theory . Unlike other color utilities, Color Wheel Pro lets you preview your color schemes on real-world examples — websites, logos, product packages not just on a row of ordinary color boxes.
Color Cop Color Cop is a multi-purpose color picker for web designers and programmers. It features an eyedropper, magnifier, variable magnification levels, 3 by 3 and 5 by 5 average sampling, snap to websafe, color history, and a 42 color complementary palette. Color Cop will convert RGB decimal values to Hexadecimal color codes.
Kuler * Explore, create and share color themes. Discover Adobe® Kuler™ — the web-hosted application for generating color themes that can inspire any project. No matter what you're creating, with Kuler you can experiment quickly with color variations and browse thousands of themes from the Kuler community.
Color Marketing Group Color Marketing Group is the premier international association for color design professionals. Our mission is to create color forecast information for professionals who design and market color. We are "the" place for color info exchange.
Color Matters Color plays a vitally important role in the world in which we live. Color can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate or soothe your eyes, raise your blood pressure or suppress your appetite. The Color Matters web site also gives you the opportunity to speakup about color.
Color Voodoo Like voodoo, color can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. Color Voodoo eBooks (Acrobat PDFs) guide you through the use of color in a concise, richly-illustrated, color-accurate format. You'll discover the real symbolism of color, master the logic of color design, and profit from successful color communication in everything you do. Just click on any of the subjects on the menu bar at the top to find out more.
The Color Association Since 1915, The Color Association has been forecasting, researching, and archiving color. Today, The Color Association continues to play an integral role helping and consulting with industry professionals who look to leverage color in products, brands and environments. 

Color is a subliminally persuasive force. Color captures attention, relaxes or irritates the eyes, and sends a powerful message. The wrong color can make a great product fail; the right color can make a product succeed. A successful color is not a matter of chance. It's a science and we have a database that provides valuable statistics about color to back up our solutions. We're the color experts who know how to engineer the effects of color - and we've used our expertise in projects with Xerox, Dow Chemical, and Tylenol. We provide successful color solutions for products, packaging, corporate image, user-interface, web design, interiors, architecture and much more. Let us help you find the best palette for your project. We also bring color directly to you with our seminars and publications. Explore the possibilities - or pause for a moment and find out Why Color Matters.

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